Starting in May 2024, students in Oxford can start nursing careers through a traditional bachelor of science in nursing program offered by the School of Nursing at UMMC. A $750,000 grant from AccelerateMS through the state’s Office of Workforce Development is funding the reinstatement of the four-year BSN program.
He was called, in the most sensational headlines, “the man who was shot by a dog.” But that is not the most remarkable part of Matt Branch’s story – a story that’s really about a man who came back from the dead, and who, after a tremendous loss, found himself. It’s also a story about the timely care he received from physicians, nurses and many others, including those at UMMC.
Are we using technology and analytics effectively? Or are they using us instead? The Medical Center’s new data analytics officer says all the tech tools at our disposal can indeed work for us, our patients and the community at large
There is no one cause for edema, swelling of the skin caused by fluid retention, though it can be a sign of heart failure or a host of other conditions. Cardiology experts explain when the symptoms are serious enough to seek medical help, and say it should not be ignored.
Several interesting events are scheduled for the upcoming week at the Medical Center.
Medical Center leadership is proud to acknowledge those employees who will celebrate service anniversaries during the week of September 18 - 24.